Khalid Osman

Osman   
Mr Osman in an intern in the Discipline of Chemical Engineering and a member of the Thermodynamics Research Unit.

He holds an MSc.Eng and is currently pursuing a PhD in Chemical Engineering. He specializes in climate change mitigation, carbon dioxide capture and sorption science.



Quote:   “Continued progress requires continued education.”
Position:    PhD Intern
Qualifications:

  MSc (Eng)
BSc (Eng)
     
Discipline:   Chemical Engineering
Campus:   Howard College
Telephone:   031 260 1765
Email:   osman@ukzn.ac.za
     
Recent Publications:





  Osman K, Ramjugernath D., Coquelet C. (2013) Review of Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage With Relevance to the South African Power Sector.

Osman K, Ramjugernath D., Coquelet C. (2012) Absorption Data and Modeling of Carbon Dioxide in Aqueous Blends of Bis(2-hydroxyethyl)methylamine (MDEA) and 2,2-Iminodiethanol (DEA): 25 % MDEA + 25 % DEA and 30 % MDEA + 20 % DEA.

Osman K (2011) Carbon Dioxide Capture Methods For Industrial Sources: A Literature Review, Energy Efficiency And Feasibility Study.

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